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CityCodeAirport Name
Cork ORK       Cork International Airport
Donegal CFN Donegal Airport, Carrickfin
Dublin DUB Dublin International Airport
Galway GWY Galway Airport, Carnmore
Inisheer INQ Inisheer Airport, Inis Oirr
Inishmaan IIA Inishmaan Airport, Inis Meain
Inishmore IOR Kilronan Airport, Inis Mor
Kerry KIR Kerry Airport, Farranfore Airport
Knock NOC Ireland West Airport Knock
Shannon SNN Shannon Airport
Sligo SXL Sligo Airport, Strandhill
Spiddal NNR Connemara Regional Airport
Waterford WAT Waterford Airport

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There are many airports in Ireland. However, not all Ireland airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest Irish airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports. AirGorilla offers flights, hotels, and rental car reservations for Ireland.

The Republic of Ireland (Irish: Poblacht na hEireann) is the official description of the sovereign state which covers approximately five-sixths of the island of Ireland, off the coast of north-west Europe. The state's official name is Ireland (Eire), and this is how international organisations and residents usually refer to the country. It is a member of the European Union, has a developed economy and a population of slightly more than 4.2 million. The remaining sixth of the island of Ireland is known as Northern Ireland and is part of the United Kingdom. Ireland is the fastest growing country in Europe, with a population increase of 8.1% between 2002 and 2006, or 1.97% annually.

The island of Ireland extends over 32,595 square miles (84,421 sq km) of which 83% (or five-sixths) belong to the Republic (at 27,133 sq. mi; 70,280 sq km), with the remainder constituting Northern Ireland. It is bound to the west by the Atlantic Ocean, to the northeast by the North Channel. To the east is found the Irish Sea which reconnects to the ocean via the southwest with St George's Channel and the Celtic Sea. The west-coast of Ireland mostly consists of cliffs, hills and low mountains (the highest point being Carrauntoohil at 1,041 m). In from the perimeter of the country is mostly relatively flat farmland, traversed by rivers such as the River Shannon and several large lakes or loughs. The centre of the country is part of the River Shannon watershed, containing large areas of bogland, used for peat production.

The local temperate climate is modified by the North Atlantic Current and is relatively mild. Summers are rarely very hot (temperatures only exceed 30 C usually once every decade, though commonly reach 29 C most summers), but it freezes only occasionally in winter (temperatures below -5 C are very rare). Precipitation is very common, with up to 275 days with rain in some parts of the country. Chief cities are the capital Dublin on the east coast, Cork in the south, Limerick, Galway on the west coast, and Waterford on the south east coast (see Cities in Ireland). (airports)

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